Oakenfold, EC Twins, Stafford Brothers and more coming to Vail for Decimo events
Décimo lineup include:
Dec. 31: EC Twins: the EC Twins began their career in the house music scene in Edinburgh, Scotland at age 16. Today the Twins are credited as two of the most influential figures in EDM (electronic dance music). They have performed at many international festivals and iconic venues across the globe.
Jan. 24, 2015: 2015: Baauer: Producer Harry Bauer Rodrigues, better known as Baauer, is a 24 year-old with a lot of buzz in the industry.
Jan. 30, 2015: Paul Oakenfold: Three-time Grammy nominee, DJ, producer and artist Paul Oakenfold returns to Vail for his second Décimo event, after headlining the inaugural, sold-out event last winter.
Feb. 13, 2015: Porter Robinson: Up-and-coming DJ and producer Porter Robinson has quickly made a name for himself in the EDM world with remixes for acts like Lady Gaga and Avicii, but lately it’s his solo work — his debut album “Worlds” was released this year — fans are buzzing about.
March 6, 2015: Cash Cash: New York’s emerging electronic three-piece Cash Cash fuses captivating pop vocals and signature electro-house beats for a crowd-pleasing performance.
April 2, 2015: Stafford Brothers: The Stafford Brothers are currently ranked the #No. 1 DJs in Australia, their native country. The brothers, Matt and Chris Stafford currently live in Los Angeles and hold residency at Cirque du Soleil’s The Light, Las Vegas in the Mandalay Bay Hotel.
VAIL — This week, Vail Mountain announced the complete entertainment lineup for Decimo, the resort’s newest mountaintop nightclub experience. This event returns for six nights this winter featuring entertainment from world-renowned acts.
“Following the sold-out debut of Decimo last year, we’re thrilled to announce the full entertainment lineup as we bring this iconic nightclub experience back to Vail Mountain for six evenings this winter,” said Chris Jarnot, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Vail Mountain. “We’re looking forward to making this event even bigger and better when we kick things off with the EC Twins on New Year’s Eve.”
Paul Oakenfold will perform Jan. 30.
“Headlining Vail’s first Decimo event last winter was an unforgettable experience,” said Oakenfold, a three-time Grammy nominee, DJ, producer and artist. “I’ve headlined events all over the world throughout my career, but it’s not often that I get the opportunity to play a set on top of a mountain, especially in a setting like Vail, and I am excited to return this winter to headline Decimo once again.”
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Beginning Dec. 31, guests can take Gondola One in Vail Village to Decimo’s mountaintop dance party located at 10,250 feet on Vail Mountain. Each unique event will begin at the base of Gondola One in Vail Village. From there, guests will be carried to mid-mountain in the gondola’s cabins, complete with heated seats and Wi-Fi access. Just steps away from the top of the gondola, guests will enter a space that has undergone a carefully orchestrated transformation into the chic, dynamic nightspot that is Decimo, an exclusive nightclub experience complete with VIP tables and bottle service.
Tickets for the New Year’s Eve event start at $300 and all other events start at $100. Doors for all Decimo events open at 9 p.m. For information on Decimo events for the 2014-15 winter season, FAQs and ticketing or VIP package details, visit http://www.DecimoVail.com or call 970-754-2466.
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